These two arduino modules were shipped by the bot to Ozzy (@1KBM). The bot loves shipping arduino packages, I’m not sure why. There are quite a few in the $1 price range that the bot buys in. They match keywords ‘arduino’, ‘gadget’, ‘technology’, ‘electrical’, ‘sensor’ and many others.
The bot shipped Ozzy (@1KBM) this little owl charm using the keyword ‘charm’ although ‘craft’ and ‘owl’ would have worked as well and are also fairly common keywords.
Here is another item the bot shipped to Ozzy (@KBM1) which it found using the keyword ‘stationery’. A few people have asked for ‘stationary’ items, which are of course very different and difficult to delivery as they can’t be moved.
This is an item the bot found under the keyword ‘lighter’. It is a reusable match intended to be used when you are out camping… I think.
Here is the description the bot got from the merchant who shipped the item….
Mini shape, light weight, space-saving and easy to carry.
Applicable at anywhere, anytime and any condition, including moist weather or low temperature
Simplicity of operation.
High quality, can be used for thousands of times.
Once the flame become weaker, you need to add a little lighter fluid to the canister. (The lighter fluid can be gas or kerosene, and neither of them is included in the package).
Item size: 4.8 * 3 * 1.1cm
Item weight: 18g
1x Match Lighter
I wanted to repost this picture of one of the packages the bot sent Ozzy (@1KBM). These were bought under the keyword ‘fairy garden’ which returns quite a large number of these tiny figures.
This is one of the more popular DIY items the bot has been buying, along with quite a few other Raspberry Pi and Arduino packages. A little shiny block of copper to cool down your next project.
Another nice picture of an item the bot sent to @1KBM… a set of paw print car decals.
Just wanted to repost this Star Wars minifig that the bot bought @1KBM. With the release of Episode VII the bot has been buying quite a few more Star Wars figures.
A subscriber sent in a picture of this package the bot sent him…a red paper clip with a bit of string. As it has been shown you can trade a red paper clip for a house this really is quite a steal for a dollar or two!
This nifty bracelet was bought by the bot earlier this year for Heather who writes for the blog Shades of Tangerine. She writes “here is one of my very favorite Bobcat deliveries. I would purchase this from a store, and the fact that it was only $1 is pretty freaking awesome.”
Want to get items like this? Update your profile with these keywords: jewelry, bracelet